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Former Zambian President Edgar Lungu is calling for an early election, accusing his successor, Hakainde Hichilema, of mismanaging the economy and mishandling a cholera outbreak. Lungu urged citizens to demand Hichilema’s resignation and the initiation of early elections. The government spokesperson, Cornelius Mweetwa, dismissed the allegations and asked for patience to allow Hichilema to fulfill his campaign promises. Lungu’s return to politics in October sets the stage for a potentially contentious 2026 presidential race, causing tensions between him and Hichilema and leaving Zambians at a critical political juncture.

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